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BANGLADESH NEEDS HELP

For those of you who don’t know Bangladesh, it is a small country right beside India and Myanmar.

I am a Citizen of Bangladesh

This is a plea for help.

On 29th of July 2018, 7 school going students were killed by a reckless bus driver. The students protested with slogans on the same bus stand.

Since then All students of Bangladesh are protesting for safer roads and more strict regulations.

Their intention was never to harm even a single person. Neither it is now.

But today POLICE AND PEOPLE OF CHHATRO LEAGUE(a student council that’s controlled by the government) tortured students with tear shell, they beat students brutally (on 4th August 2018). The students are trying to defend themselves with sticks and tree branches that they’ve found on the streets.


WE NEED YOUR HELP. PLEASE.

LET THE WORLD KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON IN BANGLADESH.

WE DON’T HAVE ACCESS TO OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALLY FACEBOOK(that’s our primary social platform) AND WE ARE IN DESPERATE NEED OF INTERNATIONAL HELP. PLEASE HELP US,PLEASE SPREAD THE NEWS. WE ARE IN DANGER.

If you can’t do anything else,please signal boost this.

Everyone in the media needs to watch this. 

This is how you FACT CHECK a Trump surrogate. 

EPIC!!

(https://twitter.com/krassenstein/status/1010877835223994369)

Fact 1: I hate her and everybody like her. 

Fact 2: I loved watching this. 

Fact 3: Journalists have waited too long to aggressively counter this administration’s lies and we need more of this. 

Fact 4: The people who need to see this won’t receive it anyway.

Net neutrality is set to end on June 11

The end of net neutrality is now scheduled for next month.

The Federal Communications Commission said in a notice filed Thursday that new rules repealing the net neutrality protections are set to take effect 30 days from this Friday, or June 11.

The new timeline comes as net neutrality advocates make a last ditch effort to undo the repeal.

Senate Democrats are currently pushing for a vote on a bill to overturn the decision as soon as next week. Even if the resolution passes the Senate, it still faces an uphill battle in the House.